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Q&A / all about tv-series

Here is the fourth part of the many questions you asked me. This time it’s all about those tv-shows, because oh lord isn’t that just one of the golden things of living.


Watching tv-series in the cosy mess of Daniel’s old warehouse flat.

Describe your taste in series and films!

Drama, dirt, mysteries and killer women. Like stories of underdogs plotting to take down some big evil thing or generally people trying to get out of awful situations. I’m not massively into comedies (apart from Friends and Modern Family) but I like an undertone of humour, especially if it’s quite dark.

I want the characters, to be flawed and human, making common mistakes but manage to get back up. It should make me shed some tears as people are forced to make a tough decision that will inevitably hurt somebody. Since I tend to cry easily, it’s not that much to ask.


Which shows do you find overrated?

Arrested Development. I don’t get why anybody thinks it’s funny? Maybe I suck, but I don’t get it.

The Wire. The most overrated show of all time. People keep on saying ‘you have to give it a proper chance, it gets great in the 3rd season’ or ‘it’s not slow it’s sophisticated, written by a real police reporter ‘. I don’t care. I’ve sat through a whole season and that’s more than 10 wasted hours that I’m never getting back.


Recommendations of more ‘unknown’ series we shouldn’t miss?

the Peaky Blinders is my best tips. A deadly hot Cillian Murphy plays the son of a gangster cartel taking over the family business on the lawless streets of post-war Birmingham on the cusp of the 1920s. The female characters are few but omg I LOVE THEM and the british accent makes my knees weak. The whole thing is so beautifully shot and makes me want autumn forever. The dramatic story is heart breaking and frightening plus the boys so handsome I drool.

Masters of Sex is based on the historic study of William Masters and Virginia Johnson who were the first to explore the science of human sexuality. It’s met with disgust and the duo are forced to do it behind closed doors. An easy watch but dramatic in the sense of knowing boundaries when your exploring new territory.

Les Revenants / the Returned. A crime thriller set in a quiet French village in the Alps where suddenly one day, loved ones who have passed away return as if nothing has happened. They don’t know that they’ve died or how they’ve return and it’s about the aftermath and how their families and friends react.

the KnickAbout a New York hospital in the early 1900s, when surgery pretty much gets invented. A few pioneering doctors work on new procedures as c-sections and blood transfusions performed on desperate people. One of the most talented doctors, Edwards, gets hired to work on the surgical team, but the other doctors are appalled. Why? Because Edwards is black. It’s a world full of prejudice and poverty and frightening excitement.


Top 5?

– Peaky Blinders
– Breaking Bad
– True Blood
– Gossip Girl
– Lost

And also Suits, Mad Men, Game of Thrones, Prison Break, the OC, the Bridge, the Killing, Orange Is the New Black, the Returned, Masters of Sex, Homeland, Modern Family, House of Cards, True Detective, Sex & the City, 24.


Who’s your favourite tv-series character?

Donna in Suits

Rachel in Friends

Joan in Mad Men

Virginia Johnson in Masters of Sex

All of them full of sass, respect and wit. <3 <3


Which are your favourite tv-shows or characters?

Q+A / Everything travels & my dearest memory
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Q + A / everything about travels & my dearest memory

Here is the third part of the many questions you asked me. This time about my dearest memory, my complexes and where I’ve loved travelling to.

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Daniel and I back in 2012 when we had just started dating.

Can you tell us about a favourite memory?

Hmm, difficult! I have so many! But I have one that I’ve written about once in Swedish. It is from when Daniel and I had just become a couple and it was spring in London.

We had been out the day before and now spent the whole morning on his mattress on the floor of his big flat, making out, having sex, talking about nothing important but that still seemed crucial. Down in his living room we opened all the windows and sun and a loud murmur from the Shoreditch crowd down below. With breakfast in hand we climbed out on his ceiling and sat there in his massive jumpers drinking coffee and eating vanilla yoghurt with blueberries.

He played his favourite music from his ancient ipod that looked like a game boy and taught me the word sun shower. I thought that it was the most beautiful word I had heard. I could barely look in his eyes because they were painfully beautiful, all blue with yellow freckles in them, so we just made out. My heart was pin balling inside and my palms permanently sweaty. Down on the streets people stopped to take photos of us and it didn’t feel like life even existed, just sun and infatuation.

What inspires you?

Creative women, art exhibitions, weirdos living even weirder lifestyles and anything that makes me question my way of thinking, being or living.

How tall are you?

175cm or 5’9″

Karura Forest Kenya Travels

Daniel in Karura Forest in Nairobi in 2014 when we went to visit my family who live there.

Which places do you want to visit in the near future?

I will be an intern and therefore poor for a while now but on top of my list is Scotland, South Korea, Budapest, the Japanese countryside and Guatemala or Brazil.

You travel constantly! How do you feel about flying?

I hate flying. I hate when I fly and when people I know fly. I get super dramatic and as I wave farewell to my loved ones beforehand I think about how it’s the last time we’ll ever see each other and how they will have to bury me. Then weeks in somebody will remember I have a blog and have to log onto here and write a letter to you guys.

I also get a lighter kind of migraine (I have real migraine from time to time) as soon as I step on an airplane. Ughhhh. But travelling is a luxury and great and I’m so blessed for being able to do it so often.

What are some of your favourite places you’ve visited whilst traveling (restaurants, shops, in nature, etc.)?

All places I’ve visited have had something magical about it. But let’s make a list because lists rock:

Koh Tao Thailand Travels
Scuba diving: Crystal clear waters in Thailand (here with my family for a month in 2009)

Food: All the seafood, vegetables, wine and meats just tasted like heaven in Cape Town, South Africa

Kerala India Travels
Nature: Going with the blue train through the lush forests of Kerala, India (when my family lived there in 2010)

Nightlifedive bars, oyster happy hour and all kinds of music in NYC, USA

Diani Beach Kenya Travels
Beachesendless white Diani Beach, Kenya

Masai Mara Kenya
Wildlifecamping amongst elephants and lions in Masaai Mara, Kenya

Amsterdam Travels
Beautiful citywith a million canals in Amsterdam, Holland

ViewsAll islands in Greece

How do you prepare for a trip?

I LOVE planning. Most of the people I travel with are shocked about my preparations before hand. I scavenge the internet for hidden city gems and usually have at least two A4s with museums to hit up, shops to check out, bars to get drunk in etc. In my phone I have a list for each city/country I want to travel to and as soon somebody casually drops a sentence about something cool somewhere I add it.

I love putting up a schedule on what to do on which days and what time during the day to do it. Like a proper itinerary. I’m a freak, but many like travelling with me because I suggest so much and take care of all of it. Although I love even more when my travel buddies do this too so I don’t have to. Like Daniel for example, he’s exactly like me and together we are the ultimate explorers.

When it comes to packing I bring as little as possible and like to plan exakt outfits for each day so I don’t bring anything unnecessary.



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Q+A / Teenage Years & Where I’ve Lived



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Q + A / Teenage Years, Videos of Me As 17 & Where I’ve Lived

2nd part of the Q+A and this time about my upbringing, teenage years and why I’ve moved a lot. Tons of embarrassing pics and videos. The 1st part you find here.

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Me in swim school at the age of 6

What were you like as a child?

Independent, clever, stubborn and kind.

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At my friend’s bday party when I’m 5 and wearing my killer fruit dress

Can you explain why you moved around so much when you were a child?

When I was 12 my parents applied for jobs in Kenya, ultimately because my mum had been sick and my parents felt that they needed a calmer lifestyle where we got to focus on the family more. My dad grew up with diplomat parents living in Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Pakistan, California etc, so Kenya didn’t seem as foreign as one might think.

Then my parents kept on moving, to India for a bit, then Stockholm and then back to Kenya. Good to point out is that they are not moving with their jobs but apply for various positions because they want to live in that country. So far they’ve worked as boarding masters at a school, owners of a restaurant, yoga teacher, gym teacher, administrator, telemarketer etc. They are restless souls that starve in the Scandinavian darkness and want to experience as much as they can in this life, and I am so grateful and in awe of them. <3 I don’t think they will ever settle down in Sweden, but they’re talking about perhaps Malaysia.

16 and a party princess

What were you like in adolescence and what did your life look like?

Kind, afraid, always trying to compensate my insecurities by applying perfection into all my actions or be the most daring when it came to doing stupid things. I was also very fair and including and stood up for myself and others when people were being nasty. Whilst living in Sweden I lived for playing handball with the best group of teen girls. We had training at least three days a week, two games per weekend, went on sport camps and tournaments together. We always met up an hour before and stayed an hour afterwards to sit in the sauna sharing experiences regarding sex and periods and smoking and hot boys and abusive relatives and rape and school. Running, playing, shooting and scoring was heaven and I felt like a queen being so athletic and strong. I would’ve been a much more scared and sad person if I hadn’t had them.

My mum then got very sick when I was 12 and I had to take a lot of responsibility at home when it came to my younger sisters and myself. It resulted in my growing up fast and I became quite closed off, neglecting my own needs and feelings. I struggled with an eating disorder. Although mostly I was like any other teen but in Kenya, falling in love for the first time, getting drunk for the first time, arguing with my siblings etc.School to me was amazing though! I took three more courses than I had to and had straight A’s in all subjects apart from two because everything was just so interesting.

A video I made in 2008 when me and three friends were 17 and spent 10 days in Paris, sneaking into clubs and doing stupid things and being teens.

When I was 16 we moved back to Stockholm and I got the best friends ever in my college. I had a small group of friends and we were hated at school and never invited to parties, but I loved them and I couldn’t have asked for better friends. Quite quickly we realised that you didn’t have to show ID at PR events and fashion parties and literally toured around Stockholms event. On the weekends we bought smuggle vodka from old easter european men from the back of their vans, didn’t dare to have sex and puked a lot. We also worried so much about being virgins or unloved forever and discussed this topic every lunch break and Saturday at home. I had no idea what I liked or who I was or what was right or wrong and explored this a lot. We also bought Ryanair tickets to Paris and London during fashion week several times a year, stayed too many people in one bed and danced at clubs.

When I moved to Spain they recorded this film for me based on the funniest youtube video we knew. <3 <3

Me and Olivia when we had just moved to London in 2011 and hung out at a bar called Catch 4 nights a week

Why and when did you move abroad? (Because you live in London right??)

I don’t live in London now but I have for four years and I’m moving back there on Sunday! Confusing I know. But I’ve been living in Stockholm for 15months studying whilst my boyfriend has been living in London. This is why I’ve been flying back there once a month.

Olga and I being 16 and wild in Spain

Like mentioned above I lived in Kenya when I was younger. Then I was an exchange student in Spain for a year where I hung out with my bff Olga, skating at the plazas with spanish boys and hitched hiked in the middle of the night to other cities.

When I graduated n 2011 I moved to London with Olivia. Why I moved again is because I’m like my parents always hungry for adventures. And London felt like the most mystical and rebellious place imaginable, and it was.


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Q + A

Q+A-Linn-Wiberg It’s literally been years(!) since my last q+a session and tons has happened and the majority of you readers weren’t here then. So I figured it was about time for a new one! Fire away, you can ask about anything and everything!

About me, things I’ve done, or haven’t done. Blogging, photography, writing, Hyper Island, London or clothing. If you want to know how I dealt with long distance, self hatred, anxiety, life or if you want a second opinion or your problems. Or perhaps if you have any questions for or about Daniel?

Feel free to write in Swedish or in English and I’ll translate it. <3 <3



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